Four injured in collision near Dalmeny

A two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 305 and Range Road 3063 on Thursday, July 11 resulted in four patients transported to hospital in Saskatoon.

A woman in her 40s and her two children, a boy and a girl, were transported to hospital in Saskatoon with undetermined injuries after the vehicle they were in was T-boned by a half-ton truck.

The collision occurred at about 2:35 p.m. on Thursday, July 11 at the intersection of Highway 305 and Range Road 3063 west of Dalmeny.

The injuries to the boy and girl were believed to be minor. The woman’s injuries were believed to be more serious as she took the full brunt of the collision’s impact.

One of two male occupants in the half-ton truck involved in the collision was also taken to hospital by ambulance. The other male was assessed at the scene by Dalmeny First Responders and paramedics from Medavie Ambulance.

Warman RCMP, Dalmeny Police and Corman Park Police were on scene. Warman RCMP said it appeared the southbound Dodge Ram truck travelling on Range Road 3063 went through a stop sign and struck the eastbound  Chevrolet two-door coupe directly on the driver’s side door.

The force of the collision resulted in both vehicles coming to rest in the southeast ditch at the intersection.

RCMP continue to investigate the incident.